Now that we’ve seen all five of Kelly Clarkson‘s remaining artists perform live on “The Voice,” which one do YOU hope goes on to join the winners list for Season 17? “I still believe this is my best season of singers,” the fan-fave coach declared. “Everybody is so gifted and just flooring me.” Shane Q, Hello Sunday (aka Myla Finks & Chelsea Grover), Damali, Max Boyle and Jake Hoot all took the stage during the Monday, November 11 live Playoffs (read our live blog recap here), so vote in our poll below to tell us which one you’re rooting for to become the third champion from Team Kelly.
Shane Q was up first in the live show with his rendition of “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You.” Kelly called this four-chair turn artist “undeniable,” adding, “The thing with Shane is he is such a gifted singer. He can sing anything he wants. What’s your pleasure, what’s your poison today?” Shane’s previous songs were “Tennessee Whiskey” in the blind auditions, “Too Good at Goodbyes” in the battles and “In Case You Didn’t Know” in the knockouts.
Next up was Hello Sunday with “Hello,” the last remaining duo of Season 17. “There’s never been a Hello Sunday on ‘The Voice,'” Kelly revealed. “They are incredible. They’re not even sisters but they have this sister-like vibe and harmony. They’re my powerhouse duo.” Hello Sunday’s previous songs were “This Is Me” in the blind auditions, “Wrecking Ball” in the battles and “Almost Is Never Enough” in the knockouts.
Damali was Kelly’s third artist to take the live stage, performing “You Say.” Kelly proclaimed, “Damali is the dark horse on my team. Her voice is so pure, but like raw. She’s incredible. She just draws you in.” Damali’s previous songs were “Ocean Eyes” in the blind auditions, “Set Fire to the Rain” in the battles and “Sober” in the knockouts.
Max Boyle performed fourth during the Playoffs, picking the song “Falling Slowly.” “I am so excited I got to steal Max from John,” Kelly gloated. “Max has a different type of falsetto. It’s like Justin Timberlake. I call Max Superman cause I got me a superhero.” Max’s previous songs were “Wayfaring Stranger” in the blind auditions, “Let Me Love You” in the battles and “when the party’s over” in the knockouts, which is when Kelly stole her from Team John Legend.
Finally, Jake Hoot closed things out for Team Kelly with his cover of “You Lie.” Even though he was a one-chair turn in the blinds, Kelly announced he’s “one of the best country singers that’s ever been on this show.” Jake’s previous songs were “When It Rains It Pours” in the blind auditions, “Always on My Mind” in the battles and “Cover Me Up” in the knockouts.
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